Browsing All posts tagged under »Dr. John Tantillo«

Top PI Blog Posts Countdown No. 1: Managing Supply Chain Risk (The Nokia and Ericsson Case Study)

November 5, 2012


Editor’s Note: I have now hit 1,000 Procurement Insights blog posts.  Over the past week, and leading up to this milestone,  I have been sharing with you the top 5 posts in terms of overall reads. Today’s submission, which ranked number 1 with 14,649 reads, was written on May 18th, 2011.  It is amazing to […]

PI Soundbite: I will be on WVOX 1640 AM radio tomorrow at 5:30 PM EST

May 30, 2012


Just a quick note to everyone that I will be on Brand Talk with Dr. John Tantillo on WVOX 1640 AM radio tomorrow at 5:30 PM EST talking about leveraging social media to effectively reach your target audience. For those outside of New York, you can use the following link to catch the live stream; […]

According to latest Coupa parody, Ariba’s Spendguy is more Spentguise

February 17, 2010


The correlation between dynamic vision and technological ingenuity with brand development and acceptance in the emerging world of social media has yet to be really established. However, I would have to say that based on Coupa’s entertaining utilization of the new medium, it is no surprise that this energetic creativity extends to the company’s solutions.  […]

Conversational Marketing and the Emergence of the Vendor Blog

February 3, 2010


In previous posts I emphasized the importance of those involved in the purchasing (and the logistics and supply chain industry as a whole) to become active participants in the emerging world of social media and social networking – and no, they are both not one in the same. Far too often however, when entering this […]

100th Episode Special (PI Window on Business)

January 29, 2010


100 Episodes! It doesn’t seem that along ago that I moved into the host’s chair here on the PI Window on Business Show on Blog Talk Radio. Perhaps it is not a milestone that can be measured in terms of time, but instead in the richness of the experience of being able to share the […]

Brands to Remember, Brands to Forget and the Brands to Watch in 2010

December 28, 2009


Personal branding, self-branding, self-positioning and all individual branding by whatever name, was first introduced in the 1980 book: “Positioning: The Battle for your Mind”, by Al Ries and Jack Trout (Ries & Trout 1981). (Note: Source: Wikipedia) In what will be the 30th Anniversary of what has now become part of the mainstream lexicon, one’s […]

PI Window on Business Celebrates 75th Broadcast With Special Anniversary Offer

November 30, 2009


It is hard to believe that the December 3rd segment titled “Motivating Ideals: How to Engage and Ignite Your Company’s Workforce” will be our 75th show. What is the old saying about time flying by when you are having fun.     Over the first 75 segments there have been so many great moments such […]

One Year Later: Is The Obama Presidency a Bust?

November 4, 2009


Once again, my good friend Dr. John Tantillo of Fox New’s The Strategy Room has written a piece for Fox News that inspires discussion and serious contemplation relative to whether the Obama Presidency is in fact a bust. Titled “Will Obama Ever Become President,” he asks the all important question “when will candidate Obama show […]

Is There a Vaccine for Social Media?

October 27, 2009


With the upcoming segment “Socially Branded Journalism: Crossing the Generational Divide,” in which I talk with Dr. John Tantillo regarding social media and the “personal branding” phenomenon’s impact on the difference between opinion and research-based news, one cannot help but consider the ongoing debate regarding vaccination. It is an area in which after considerable personal […]

Socially Branded Journalism: Crossing the Generational Divide

October 17, 2009


On February 27th, 1968 Walter Cronkite closed his broadcast by introducing “an analysis that must be speculative, personal, [and] subjective.” He was of course talking about the Vietnam War, and in particular the Tet offensive. While those of us who have not yet cracked the half century mark in terms of years on this planet […]